Year 6

Lenten Activities at St Teresa’s

Lenten Activities at St Teresa’s

Pupils in all our classes have been journeying together during Lent, towards Holy Week and Jesus’ resurrection on Easter Sunday.

We began our journey by making a Lenten promise to God, and during Lent we have tried hard to do three things: to pray, to fast (give up something small) and to give to charity (helping others).

Take a look at some of our pictures which include: weekly liturgies, Stations of the Cross, prayer stations, liturgical dancing, singing, Easter cards Easter gardens and many more.

As a whole school, we have put together a production of ‘The Greatest Story Ever Told’ which can be viewed by logging into our YouTube channel. We hope you enjoy watching it!

 

 

Year 6 Celebrate International Week

Year 6 Celebrate International Week

Year 6 enjoyed celebrating International Week this week. With a focus on India, they enjoyed learning about its diverse culture and rich traditions. The children made their own reports which showcased its traditions, languages, religions, cuisine and many more interesting facts. Two of our pupils brought in Indian clothing form home to share with the… Continue Reading

Year 6 Evacuation

Year 6 Evacuation

As part of their WWII Homefront topic, Year 6 pupils shared an evacuation experience day in which they (dressed as WWII schoolchildren) took part in a range of fun games and activities to find out what it was really like for children during WWII. The children played indoor and outdoor games that evacuee children would… Continue Reading

Armistice Day

Armistice Day

To mark Armistice Day on 11th November, each class prepared poppies which were added to a display of remembrance, remembering the fallen soldiers from the First World War and all subsequent conflicts. In the afternoon, Year 6 pupils led the school in a virtual liturgy in which the poem ‘For the Fallen’ by Robert Binyon… Continue Reading

The ‘Big 3’

The ‘Big 3’

Our very own ‘Treaty of Versailles’ In the Forest School, Year 6 pupils enjoyed getting into character of the leaders of the ‘Big 3’ countries from the end of World War One- Great Britain, France and the United States of America. The countries came together to agree what would happen to Germany following the war,… Continue Reading

Year 6 Curriculum Presentation

Year 6 Curriculum Presentation

Please find attached the PowerPoint from the Year 6 Curriculum Evening. If you have any questions about its content, please contact Miss McTernan via the school office. Curriculum Evening PowerPoint Additional resources: Grammar Glossary Spellings-Y5-and-6-1 Question-stems-to-support-you-with-supporting-your-childs-comprehension Continue Reading

Maths Mastery in Year 6

Maths Mastery in Year 6

Year Six have have made a fantastic start to Maths, working through the mastery curriculum with increased confidence and skillfulness. So far they have tackled a range of reasoning and problem solving challenges in place value and addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. Rafal said ‘I love Maths because it is challenging but fun at the… Continue Reading

Local History- The Bradford Brothers

Local History- The Bradford Brothers

As part of their World War One topic, Year 6 have been finding out about what happened to the Bradford Brothers, who came from County Durham, during World War One. The children enjoyed using a range of primary sources (including the 1891 census, photographs, maps, newspaper cuttings and war reports) to discover about their life… Continue Reading

Electricity Investigation

Electricity Investigation

As part of their Science topic ‘Electricity’, Year 6 carried out an investigation to find out if the voltage of a battery impacts on the brightness of a bulb. After making suitable predictions, they set up their own circuits to test their theories. Emily, 10, said ‘I liked learning about how powerful batteries can be… Continue Reading